Samsung UN40H5500AF Review

If you are in the market for a new TV, you’ve probably already heard about the Samsung UN40H5500AF. This new model boasts a sleek, contemporary design with thin bezels. It is also equipped with smart TV features. This review will cover its input lag and smart TV options.

Samsung UN40H5500AF review

In this Samsung UN40H5500AF review, we’ll look at its picture quality and smart TV features. The screen has great black level and color reproduction, and its thin bezels make it look modern and sleek. But there are some drawbacks to this model, including a narrow viewing angle.

Speed is the biggest drawback of this smart TV platform, but the interface is easy to use. The Samsung UN40F5500’s connections are neatly organized on the panel’s back, and the TV’s remote is ergonomic and easy to use. The Samsung UN40H5500AF comes with a smart TV platform that includes recommendations and search features.

Although it lacks a motorized stand and is not 4K, this TV offers solid picture performance, making it a convenient choice for streaming services. Its square design minimizes light reflection and avoids the cheap glossy plastic sheen common on so many modern TVs. It’s a great choice for a home theater or bedroom.

Its smart TV options

The UN40H5500AF comes with a set of Smart TV options to help you manage your entertainment. You can easily adjust the picture quality of your TV to make watching it more enjoyable. There are several options to choose from, such as picture mode and color tone. These settings can be adjusted using the remote control.

The TV has an embedded e-manual, which you can view and print out. The e-manual features the names of menu items in bold or yellow text. You can also access menu items using the remote control by pressing arrows. The e-manual also shows the remote control buttons.

The TV supports HDMI-CEC, which lets you control the output of external devices that support HDMI-CEC. But, it requires a certified HDMI cable and should have a thickness of 0.55 inches (14mm). If you use a cable that is not certified, you may get a blank screen or a connection error. Besides, some HDMI cables may not be compatible with the TV, due to their different specifications.

The TV also supports MSC (Mass Storage Class) USB devices. MSC devices include external hard drives, flash card readers, and digital cameras. If your device supports Wi-Fi Direct, it will connect to the TV without a wireless router or AP. This allows you to play media content from your mobile device without the hassle of having to download it first.

The Smart Hub screen has icons that you can use to control the TV. Click on an icon to initiate a function. You can adjust the volume, turn on the TV, change the channel, and return to the previous menu. The Smart Hub screen also allows you to control the volume by using a USB keyboard or Bluetooth keyboard.

The Smart Hub can also be used to connect to the Internet. If you have an internet connection, the Smart Hub can update its software automatically. If you wish to change the settings of the Smart Hub, you can choose to disable Auto Update in the Smart Hub. This setting will be switched on by default.

The sleep timer feature allows you to turn off the TV automatically after a pre-set period. This feature can be enabled in the System>Time menu. It can be set up to 180 minutes in 30 minute increments. The on-timer feature lets you turn on the TV at a specific time, which is convenient for people with busy schedules.

Its input lag

There are several reasons for input lag, and most are hard to diagnose, but many of them can be easily fixed with no expense to the user. Input lag, also known as system latency, is the amount of time it takes for a video game to react to input. It can be caused by several things, including slow hardware.

One possible cause of input lag is a faulty USB port. A USB port that’s not performing properly can delay the input of peripherals. To avoid input lag, make sure your peripherals are plugged into the USB ports on the back of your tower, or directly into the motherboard. You can also try disabling VSync, a feature that can cause input lag on this monitor.

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